With four hospitals, over 60 free-standing outpatient clinics, a college of nursing, a Medicare Advantage plan, and extensive outreach and community wellness programs, Mount Carmel Health System serves greater than one million patients in central Ohio each year. Mount Carmel has been a pillar of central Ohio for more than 130 years.
Mount Carmel Health System is composed of over 10,000 employees, 2,000 physicians, and 900 volunteers. As one of the largest integrated health systems in the community, Mount Carmel provides people-centered care at acute care hospitals, and at an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, free-standing emergency centers, outpatient facilities, surgery centers, urgent care centers, primary care and specialty care physician offices, community outreach sites, and homes across the region.
Mount Carmel Health is committed to safe, high-quality care and continues to win national recognition for clinical performance and patient experience. Mount Carmel is also dedicated to education, with offerings that include ongoing medical education opportunities, six physician residency programs, and one of Ohio’s largest undergraduate, graduate, and doctor of nursing programs. As a health ministry with a charitable mission, Mount Carmel provides considerable uncompensated benefits to the community. The System and its employees are actively involved in vital business, civic, and social service organizations.
Mount Carmel Health is a proud member of Trinity Health, one of the nation’s largest Catholic healthcare delivery systems, located in Livonia, MI. The Trinity network of care spans 22 states, 94 hospitals, and 133,000 employees nationwide.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, Mount Carmel Health System, the Regional Director of Facilities and Support Services works collaboratively with senior leadership, administration, management, and medical staff in the planning, development, design, construction, operations, and maintenance of Mount Carmel facilities and facilities infrastructure. The Regional Director will have oversight of Clinical Engineering, Food and Nutrition, and Environmental Services. The incumbent will lead Security operations and serve as a team member on Mount Carmel’s Environment of Care Committee.
The incumbent will represent the Mount Carmel Health System to consultants, developers, contractors, architects, government authorities, and community groups as it relates to the organization’s facility planning, development, operations, and maintenance. The Regional Director will lead the overall coordination of all aspects of campus master planning, budgeting, implementation planning, design, engineering, and construction. The leader will actively participate in real estate acquisitions and leases.
In addition to multiple offsite locations of accountability, the Regional Director will have oversight of four acute care hospitals:
- Mount Carmel East, 1,000,000 square feet;
- Mount Carmel Grove City, 730,000 square feet;
- Mount Carmel St. Ann’s, 700,000 square feet;
- Mount Carmel New Albany, 125,000 square feet.
The Regional Director of Facilities & Support Services, will be a hands-on, visible leader who combines strong technical aptitude with leadership and development skills. The incumbent will participate in the organization’s decision-making structure and process with management, medical staff, and clinical areas. As a leader and relationship builder, this critical role will work to enhance relationships built on trust, effective communication, teamwork, and mutual respect. The Regional Director will have eight (8) direct reports.
Mount Carmel Health seeks an innovative, collaborative leader who speaks confidently and possesses a customer service-based approach. They must communicate transparently and be open and available to leadership. Expert in the leadership competencies of communication, feedback, delegation, and change management, the individual must be a self-starter who can relate confidently to all.
A Bachelor’s Degree is required, a Master’s Degree in a relevant field is preferred. Significant progressive experience in similar healthcare roles is required. A minimum of 8-10 years of experience in all aspects of Facilities Management and Design & Construction is required; Support Services expertise is preferred. Five (5) years of healthcare management experience is required.
The ideal applicant will bring a demonstrated history of the effective management of diverse teams and think strategically to solve complex problems related to facilities management and support services. They must have integrity as the foundation of a leadership style that builds credibility and achieves positive outcomes. The Regional Director must lead by example and set high department standards while working collaboratively with staff and colleagues, exhibiting leadership and soft skill expertise.
The Regional Director will facilitate group planning and teamwork within a diverse organization, demonstrating strong interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills. Analytical and multi-tasking skills are required, as is comfortability working in the trenches with staff when necessary.
Gosselin/Martin Associates is an established leader in healthcare consulting. The firm is a leading healthcare management recruiter and provides healthcare management skills education to facility departments in hospitals and systems across the country. If interested, please contact us at 508-660-1800.